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July 31, 2019, 04:20:59 PM

What's Gemini?
I think this is treason to WO, observing @Stamp!

Meh. It’s the exchange I use. Bite my shiny metal ass, brother.
Futurama reference spotted!


That, or maybe Bob had another surgery.
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July 31, 2019, 04:26:41 PM

What's Gemini?
I think this is treason to WO, observing @Stamp!

Meh. It’s the exchange I use. Bite my shiny metal ass, brother.
Futurama reference spotted!


That, or maybe Bob had another surgery.

Yeah, don't forget balls of steel  Grin
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July 31, 2019, 04:28:54 PM

What is more likely is that several computers or servers were used to mine the first million coins. Since there were no pools, each mined coin comes from a wallet on different computers.

Multiple computers can all use the same wallet. But the nonces on the blocks indicate that they came from a single "system" that was very fast, probably some sort of pool-like configuration.

Or the difficulty was low

No. The nonces in each won block indicate that the vast majority of mining power in the first days was definitely coordinated.
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July 31, 2019, 04:31:42 PM

Incidentally, it is working splendidly so far.

Yeah jbreher, splendidly is far from a couple of recent reorg occasions.

With no known negative consequences.

eta: Other than the loss of the coinbase tx revenues for the initial orphaned miners.

Right, why would it have any negative consequences since nobody uses it, dah?

Way to completely miss the point. Again.

All the txs (again, save for the coinbase tx of each orphaned block) were ultimately included onchain.

Nevermind the obvious blatant lie that "nobody uses it". Is this what substitutes for honest discourse in your pathological mind?
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July 31, 2019, 05:00:30 PM

Somewhat off topic, but the ends justify the means on this one.  Cool

As you know Equifax had a massive data breach a while back and 145 million or more customers had their credit files stolen.

They are paying out 700 million dollars in a legal settlement to victims who come forward. As we know most people will never bother to even check if they were a victim.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/22/what-you-need-to-know-equifax-data-breach-700-million-settlement.html

Turns out Slayer was a victim  Cry and will be receiving a small bit of filthy fiat to buy more Bitcoin with.  Cool

I suspect most of you that hail from the US are also eligible for a cash payout, you can instantly check here if you will be able to receive some filthy fiat from the dirty credit boy'z pockets.

https://eligibility.equifaxbreachsettlement.com/eligibility

If this site says you are eligible, then you proceed to the prompted link and can instantly claim 125 dollars to be sent to you in 90 days, no questions asked.

If you want to get another 250 dollars you also merely describe how you spent 10 hours of your time investigating the data breach or taking actions to remedy any misdoings. Its at a rate of 25 per hour up to 10 hours no documentation required. If you provide docs you can claim another 10 hours, but the gist is you can have a check in the mail of 375 filthy usd shitcoins on the way with a basic description in the form of some efforts you made researching your credit data in the last few years.

Id recommend watching and describing you watched these 10+ hours of videos to inform yourself of Equifax's evil ways. Of course it would be immoral to not watch the videos completely so dont take shortcuts, you are only cheating yourself  Smiley

https://www.c-span.org/video/?458597-1/equifax-marriott-international-executives-testify-data-breaches

https://energycommerce.house.gov/committee-activity/hearings/hearing-on-oversight-of-the-equifax-data-breach-answers-for-consumers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrMsxXYjef0

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/watch-live-former-equifax-ceo-testifies-fourth-hearing-data-breach

TLDR:

So if you live in the US chances are you are eligible as most US credit users were affected. For a few seconds of work you can get the 125 bucks just for pain and suffering, and if you go the extra mile you can get up to 500 more. The first 250 of which is pretty easy.

When you receive your USD shitcoins dont forget to trade them for Bitcoin.


@mindrust, ty for merits above!


Thanks for the link to the Equifax claim!

You sir, are a God damn legend.
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July 31, 2019, 05:01:16 PM
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The SEC will start to mine some btc soon...   Grin

The SEC Set To Begin Running Bitcoin and Ethereum Nodes

The US Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for quotes from contractors who will run the Ethereum and Bitcoin nodes for them.

What is the motivation behind the move?

Moving forward, the contractors will have to make additions of new blockchains as the SEC requires. The SEC has, however, not given any valid reason as to why it wants to operate its own nodes. The only explanation the agency has provided is stating that the objective is to support monitoring risk, compliance enhancement as well as to inform SEC policymaking on digital assets.

The SEC will ramp up its analytics to aid its blockchain complaisance investigations and monitoring. In essence, they have stated that the subscription will collect blockchain data from the various hosted nodes instead of offering the data through blockchain explorers.

https://cryptoiq.co/the-sec-set-to-begin-running-bitcoin-and-ethereum-nodes/
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July 31, 2019, 05:02:35 PM

Bitcoin is about to kiss $10,000 as per preev,Is there any resistance to break?
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July 31, 2019, 05:13:12 PM

Good evening at $10.009  Cool
I've seen higher figures today.
Daily still looking good, continuing yesterdays trend.
I'll wait one more green daily candle with short wick to feel safe.
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Good chart, comforting.
But nothing "seems to be sure"
She does what she wants.

#haiku
Speculation is just that. Guessing.
Wamhen do what they want. Btc goes up on the long term.
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July 31, 2019, 05:34:02 PM
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Bitcoin is about to kiss $10,000 as per preev,Is there any resistance to break?

As long as $10000 holds next major resistance is at $10235 then $11120 on Bitstamp see the daily chart:



Bitcoin price also tends to respect Fibonacci retracement levels shown on the chart below:



Considering the M top in the daily chart I think we have a near term bearish bias and the odds are greater we visit the middle Bollinger Band on the weekly chart before continuing to advance. Hope I am wrong but that would mean a drop to about $7900 currently. Sooner or later during a new bull market price tends to test the weekly middle BBand:



Actually a trading range $9000 to $10000 for a month or so to build momentum would be good letting the middle Bollinger Band rise to price. Can't rule out a flash crash to $8000 though we have all seen that before.
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July 31, 2019, 05:41:31 PM

Bitcoin is about to kiss $10,000 as per preev,Is there any resistance to break?

As long as $10000 holds next major resistance is at $10235 then $11120 on Bitstamp.

So Lets crush them Smiley
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The SEC will start to mine some btc soon...   Grin

The SEC Set To Begin Running Bitcoin and Ethereum Nodes

The US Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for quotes from contractors who will run the Ethereum and Bitcoin nodes for them.

What is the motivation behind the move?

Moving forward, the contractors will have to make additions of new blockchains as the SEC requires. The SEC has, however, not given any valid reason as to why it wants to operate its own nodes. The only explanation the agency has provided is stating that the objective is to support monitoring risk, compliance enhancement as well as to inform SEC policymaking on digital assets.

The SEC will ramp up its analytics to aid its blockchain complaisance investigations and monitoring. In essence, they have stated that the subscription will collect blockchain data from the various hosted nodes instead of offering the data through blockchain explorers.

https://cryptoiq.co/the-sec-set-to-begin-running-bitcoin-and-ethereum-nodes/

They will spam everyone who makes decent size txs; remember that 1-100 sat spam few years ago.
That was also "monitoring", I guess.
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July 31, 2019, 05:43:49 PM

Sitting at the car dealership for a couple hours, waiting on an oil/filter change and State Inspection.

Observing $10,072 USD @ Gemini.

Grow corn, grow.

Damn BoB change dealer a couple of hours wtf are they doing ....
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July 31, 2019, 05:51:33 PM
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Guys,
I just updated my monthly recap!
Bitcoin Bearish or Bullish? Here my thoughts: JUNE UPDATE (+POLL)

Feedback from the Wo Family more than welcome!
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July 31, 2019, 05:56:00 PM

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Money Heist reference.. lol, nice one, goose.


oh btw.. observing 5 digits and being happy.

go BTC go!!!
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BOO YAA

The FED cut the interest rates by .25% and surprisingly, EUR/USD (1.1111 right now) is dumping  yuuge. I thought the opposite would happen. This looks bad for the central banks.

They did this to stop USD from gaining strength and USD is just replying with a "fuck you".

The end is nigh. (for FIAT) Buy bitcoin.

EDIT: LOOOL WTHAT THE FLYING FUCK, EUR is 1.1108 and gold is -%0.41!

Edit2: BTC stays strong at $10k.  Cool

1.1084 $1419
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Fed cut rates 0.25 % today

Speculate away oh speculation board
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Gold reacted badly to the news, selling off with rates. Now it's bouncing back to day High.
Bitcoin doesn't give a f.ck.

Anybody noticed it is the first (and first one of a series) FED cut since 2008?
This means it's the first FED easing cycle since Bitcoin came into existence, challenging low interest rates world.

Good luck central Banksters!
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July 31, 2019, 06:28:51 PM

Who cares about fiat shitcoins?

Bitcoin doesn't give a f.ck.
That's all.
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